Trading Bojan Bogdanovic to the Golden State Warriors
My caveat for trading Boganovic to Golden State was that you would almost have to include either Andrew Wiggins or Draymond Green to make the money work.
It's hard to imagine Golden State trading Draymond Green right now, especially considering he hasn't even returned from his suspension.
But if they are open to trading Wiggins, he's a player the Pistons might have some interest in even though he is arguably having the worst season of his career.
Nearly all of Wiggins' numbers are down and he still has three more years left on his contract after this, which are the two factors that might make him available.
The question is whether Golden State is really that desperate to get off his money. If so, a couple of expiring contracts might be enough to get it done.
Wiggins is shooting sub-30 percent from 3-point range and playing the fewest minutes of his career. It's not like Bogdanovic is going to be the thing that gets the Warriors back into contention, but his addition would give Golden State more future financial flexibility and a guy who is knocking down shots.
Livers is a just a throw-in to make the money work (also, I am sick of watching him play).
Even if Golden State would accept such a deal, is it worth the risk for the Pistons?